This Clare Valley olive producer’s cellar door is a bus (and it’s absolutely delightful)

Clare Valley’s The Olive Bus is a quaint 1969 British Leyland bus, where you can enjoy brunch and overlooks olive groves.

Feature image by Mark Dawson, images courtesy of Olive Bus Clare

Heading Clare Valley way anytime soon?

Well, we have a pretty delightful recommendation with Stone Ridge Olive Grove’s cellar door.

The family-run olive grove is known for their award-winning extra virgin olive oil.

Their cellar door is a tad more special than normal as it’s in a bus!

In 2017, the business up-cycled a 1969 British Leyland bus, transforming it into a cafe, called The Olive Bus, overlooking picturesque olive groves and vineyards.

The bus is the perfect place to cosy up near a fire or seek the shade during summer, and enjoy locally made food and beverages.

And whether you’re planning a group outing or just looking for a place to relax and read a book, it’s an inviting spot for everyone.

While you’re there, it would be remiss to not grab a bite. Their home-made meals look pretty delectable, as do their treats. Get yourself a cake from caterers, London Hill Catering and Red-Hot Shot Coffee.

Their coffee beans are sourced from Bean Revolution – an Adelaide roaster – so you can be certain that the coffee is good.

If you’re looking for a different pairing with your food, you can grab a locally produced glass of red wine, or an Applewood gin at the Bus Stop Bar.

You can find The Olive Bus at 216 Spring Farm Road, Spring Farm.

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